Good VooDoo – 2011
Good Voodoo is finally here. It has been a few years coming but the wait is worth it. Good Voodoo captures much of the excitement and energy of the Ganga Giri live show. Featuring Jornick Joelick from French Guyana on vocals across the album which generally has a much stronger vocal presence. Gumaory, Uncle Gnarnayarrahe and Uncle Owen’s Indigenous vocals are delivered with power. Harry Manx guests on some slide guitar. Yeshe’s melodic instrumentation is sublime. Produced and Written by Ganga Giri and Sean Candy (A.B) and in collaboration with Andy Baldwin Good Voodoo. The didge still rocks the beats are fat the collaboration is strong and the Voodoo is Good. Enjoy Buy on iTunes Buy CD from Store
Raising It Up | 2006/2007
This release has more fat dance tracks than any other releases with a definite deep dub inspirational element, heavy tribal percussion and didjeridu. This cd has been a work in progress and musical journey for 3 years now from the week long lounge room sessions @ The Sirbassa Amal Hill HQ Saltspring Island Canada to the production studio’s in Melbourne and Bryon Bay Australia. It has been such a pleasure and honour to have worked with this family of musicians, engineers and produceAvailable now on Itunes Buy on iTunes Buy CD from Store
Beats Around the Bush | 2003
Pumping Percussive didjeridu and tribal drums with dirty fat funky beats. Different to the other albums because of the special guests who have contributed their touch of magic. This release has a wide audience appeal as it touches many genres. Recorded at four different studios with the participation of five different producers. The sound has a definite world flavor with strong indigenous grooves, and kicks with fat bottom-end bass lines and dirty funky beats.Available now through Itunes Buy on iTunes Buy CD from Store
Tribe Vibe | 2001
Tribe Vibe blends smooth grooves with tribal percussion and didj. This album represents two years of travels from Australia to Europe. Rhythm tracks created at Peyote’s studios in Wilson’s Creek. Didj, percussion & vocals recorded in London, Germany, Melbourne, Byron Bay & Central Australia. Songs mixed in Australia. Tribe Vibe is an exploration of didjeridu, percussion and vocals, bringing it back to a more tribal feel than Manic Organic. “Goodbye song” features Uncle Harry and Aunty Ruby, traditional elders and healers from Central Australia. Their singing is powerfully beautiful.A nice tribal chill-out album. Released by New Earth Records.
Didj Mania | 2001
Didj Mania is a compliation of songs from Manic Organic and Termite Grooves, set with a tribal theme.Released through MRA Entertainment.
Manic Organic | 1999
Pumping percussive didjeridu cooks hot, creating a mixtured – textured blend of indigenous technorganica. For this project Ganga enlisted the help of electronic wizard & world music producer Don Peyote to write, record and mix technological beats with the tribal sounds of the Australian Bush. At the time of recording, Don Peyote’s studio was situated on a mountain top at the foothill of Wilson’s Creek Rainforest in Northern New South Wales. This magical and exotic location provided the inspiration for most of the tunes. The plethora of natural sounds heard on the album (birds, frogs and insects) were recorded by setting up a microphone outside the studio’s front door. Didjeridu, percussion and vocals by Ganga Giri
Termite Grooves | 1998
Termite Grooves is a wonderful blend of traditional funky and percussive didj blended with natural bush sounds, afro percussion and vocals. This album is very tribal and focuses mainly on the percussive nature of the didjeridu. A very popular release for the didj enthusiast.All didjs, vocals, djembe, doun douns, clap sticks, shakers, tablas, talking drum, jews harp played by Ganga Giri. Definitely music to move to. Available now on iTunes. Buy on iTunes